AA – Best of Britain
The AA’s latest app won’t help you fix a puncture on the M1, but it will make sure your weekends are more fun.
AA – Best of Britain Review
by on March 17, 2010
If you’re planning a weekend away camping in the British countryside this summer or you’re looking for a nice cosy Bed and Breakfast to stay in then AA’s Best of Britain app is ideal.
With the increasing popularity of ‘staycations’ and the trend for families and couples and groups of university mates to book more long weekends away in the UK than ever before, the AA’s latest interactive guide proves to be both a useful planning tool and a handy way of co-ordinating your plans with the rest of your party.
The AA’s Best of Britain guidebooks have always had a good reputation for quality and usefulness and this app is no different, giving you plenty of details of where to stay, what to see and what to do and all the relevant phone numbers and website addresses you will need.
They app features a wealth of information on over 14,000 AA-recommended establishments. Perhaps the only slight gripe would be the fact that the database element and search functions of the app could be improved a little, as it tends to limit users to searching by locality and not by names of hotels or restaurants. Otherwise it’s the ultimate guide book to Britain.
Buy this app: Download the AA Best of Britain app now
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